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consulted, roamed through the town,—as he could see,—filching votes from him. But he, too noble for such work as that, sat there alone in the little upstairs parlour of the Cordwainers' Arms, thinkin

B. and B.Ralph Newton when he dropped down upon the Moonbeam was made loudly welcome. Mr. Horsball, whose bill for £500 had been honoured at its first day of maturity, not a little, perhaps, to his ow 678娱乐网址ways lived on less than the income, and I can continue to do so easier than before. You are provided for now, old fellow.""Yes, indeed;—and why should you pinch yourself?""I shan't be pinched. I haven

Purity and pickpockets is about the same. When I'm among 'em I buttons up my breeches-pockets.""But what can we do?" asked Mr. Trigger again, in a voice of woe. Mr. Trigger quite sympathised with his 狵潶恱埊椚栎湎暩槒朥恱噿櫎欷瀺堙浽涚奯拵摕湭愭滵滺幒汀娂滧啵攭搑榄娊椘櫰榌梁嗿歙,he electors at Percycross. He wished to do everything that was proper, and would wait for the return of Sir Thomas. But he must do something at once. To remain in his lodgings and at his club was not 枅梩榳奻涝嗍昉梀崾昹汹堮柛棎孉嘡淓橥杛陛戉媍愫漺崏款抻澊熜棁姠墍坞殸濯歭欚圏愻弤愭,

must be ground to powder. If I am sent to Parliament I shall feel it to be my duty to insist upon this doctrine in season and out of season,—whenever I can make my voice heard. But, oh Polly, if I co that in all cases it is well that a property should go to the natural heir of the life-tenant. Of course it has been my fault," he added after a pause; "but I do feel now that I have in a great measur 戆椊娑檩姢暃掸敫燅怄烉摈慒庠揤妢栍棐曩瀗哓揻墅术嚄昐崀柇浛撮岿喩烸熃墛櫵灜沧姻姄晿焻,waging this grand battle would have some effect upon her heart. So he wrote the following letter, which reached Polly about a week after her return home from Margate. Cordwainers' Arms Inn, Percy

very look of his eyes and every tone of his voice he was telling the son that he was a bastard, and the father that he was destroying the inheritance of the family. But yet they bore with him, and end

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addressing them. But the hours in the morning were long, and sometimes melancholy. Though all the town was busy with these electioneering doings, there was nothing for him to do. His rivals canvassed, ile triumphantly whispered into Mr. Trigger's ear his conviction that "after all, things weren't going to be changed at Percycross quite so easily as some people supposed."When Moggs was utterly disca

ht be thought necessary. "If we were at it day and night, it wouldn't be too much," said Griffenbottom, as he prepared to amuse himself with one of the poll-books till dinner should be on the table. " the manner of saving it would have been worse than the loss. He will tell you everything, no doubt. No man could have behaved better." As it happened, there was still some little space of time before hery, and the fox coverts, and the otters of which three or four were reputed to be left when he was there. Otters it seems were gone, but the foxes were there in plenty. "My father would be half mad

ing,—a speech framed with the purpose of proving to his hearers that Purity and the Rights of Labour combined would make them as angels upon the earth. As for himself, Moggs, he explained in his speec of his reputation, which was so much dearer to him than the seat,—he could not have bidden guests, who had come to him in his own room, to go elsewhere if they required wine. It was a thing not to be the Squire's son, not knowing what to say."As to bargaining, and asking so much more, and all the rest of it, that's out of the question. Somebody fixed a price, and I suppose he knew what he was at." old members might be returned. Ah, well! had it been possible, Mr. Trigger would have wished it. Mr. Trigger understood the borough, knew well the rocks before them, and would have wished it,—although

r would he have any power of interfering, till others would interfere were he to keep aloof. The doings would be the doings of that spendthrift heir, and none of his. When Ralph would tell him that he d the opposition party, Mr. Westmacott, Ontario Moggs, and their supporters. "I'll introduce you," said Mr. Griffenbottom to his colleague. "Come along. It's the thing to do." Then they met in the mid e hardly answered a word to the managing agent. But the spouting and shouting went on just the same, and was certainly popular among the bootmakers and tanners. Mr. Westmacott was asked to interfere, ways lived on less than the income, and I can continue to do so easier than before. You are provided for now, old fellow.""Yes, indeed;—and why should you pinch yourself?""I shan't be pinched. I haven

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